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Lake Laura


Lake Laura, Michigan

Lake Laura real estate is a limited supply market for lake homes and land in Michigan.

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  • Counties: Mecosta County
  • Jet skis are allowed.
  • Motorized boats are allowed.
  • Boating restrictions (Yes). -- 71/2 horsepower max
  • Dock restrictions (No).
    About Lake Laura
    Located in Mecosta County, Michigan

    Lake Laura is situated in the Canadian Lakes area of Stanwood, Michigan, about an hour north of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

    The nearest commercial airport is Gerald R. Ford International Airport, located about an hour south of the area, with smaller local airports nearby. Hospitals in the area are small, but if medical help is needed, the closest hospital is Spectrum Health Big Rapids Hospital, about 15 minutes away.

    If you are looking for a quiet, off-the-grid, remote retreat, this is a perfect fit! This small-town feel also comes with growing commerce, complete with businesses to satisfy your everyday needs. There's never a need to travel too far from your home for groceries, a bank trip, or a trip to the eye doctor.


    Being a landowner in this development gives residents access to golf courses, indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness area, a hot tub, a sauna, six beaches, as well as a winter sports park with cross-country skiing and ice skating. In addition, residents can enjoy the Royal Grille Restaurant and Lounge located within the development.

    The Water

    Lake Laura is restricted to no wake, but residents are welcome to enjoy the water in canoes, kayaks, and fishing. Largemouth bass is the primary species in this area, as well as northern pike, perch, pumpkinseed, sunfish, and tiger muskies. Crappie is present but not very commonly caught. Rainbow and brown trout, while not present in Lake Laura, can be found in the nearby Little Muskegon River.

    For owners who want to water ski and tube, Canadian Lakes has a central “all sports lake” located in the center of the Canadian Lakes Chain, where residents can gain access through public boat ramps.

    Local Attractions

    The area of Canadian Lakes also contains a campground — perfect for anyone who wants an outdoor adventure.

    For more outdoor activities, visit Brower Park. Brower Park is only 25 minutes away from the development and holds 18 miles of navigable water, a small beach, playgrounds, picnic areas, and family-friendly events throughout the year.

    The park also has a 47-mile trail called Michigan’s Dragon that is under construction and will connect to other trails in the state. The trail is primarily for hiking, cross-country running, and biking.

    Visit Grand Rapids

    Grand Rapids is a Michigan cultural hub just an hour away that offers an infinite list of things to do!

    Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park is a fantastic place for those that love the beauty of art and nature. Peruse exotic plants, a desert, Victorian gardens, and modern sculptures.

    The John Ball Zoo contains nearly 2,000 animals, many of which visitors can interact with up close! There are reptiles, fish, birds, mammals, and amphibians waiting for you to visit.

    If you're looking for an art experience like no other, then spend a day at the Grand Rapids Art Museum! There are over 6,000 works spanning hundreds of years to see here, featuring names like Andy Warhol, Albrecht Dürer, and Maarten Baas.

    Why Lake Laura?

    If you're seeking an all-inclusive community with plenty of water space for fun, then you've found the perfect match in Lake Laura!